English translation of 'interino'
interinointerina [ı̃teˈrinu, a]
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'interino' in Other Languages
British English: acting /ˈæktɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
You use acting before the title of a job to indicate that someone is doing that job temporarily.
...the new acting President.
- American English: acting
- Arabic: مُؤَقَّت
- Brazilian Portuguese: interino
- Chinese: 代理的
- Croatian: privremeni
- Czech: zastupující
- Danish: fungerende
- Dutch: waarnemend
- European Spanish: interino
- Finnish: virkaatekevä
- French: suppléant
- German: stellvertretend
- Greek: αναπληρωτής
- Italian: provvisorio
- Japanese: 臨時代理の
- Korean: 대행의
- Norwegian: fungerende
- Polish: pełniący czyjeś obowiązki
- European Portuguese: interino
- Romanian: interimar
- Russian: действующий
- Spanish: interino
- Swedish: tillförordnad
- Thai: รักษาการแทน
- Turkish: vekaleten
- Ukrainian: чинний
- Vietnamese: tạm đảm nhiệm chức chưa chính thức
British English: interim ADJECTIVE
Interim is used to describe something that is intended to be used until something permanent is done.
She was sworn in as head of an interim government in March.
Translation of interino from the Collins Portuguese to English
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